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Old 01-01-2014, 07:44 PM   #1
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Hello Folks,

Can anyone personally recommend any shops to install a perrin overpipe and catback exhaust system anywhere in the inland empire or surrounding areas?

I really am specific when it comes to detail so if anyone who has personally vouch for a shop for their work would be most appreciated?

Thanks ahead of time folks.

It's for a 2014 subaru brz.

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Find a freind with some car jacks and do it yourself!

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Someone local should be able to help. I have jack and stands. I could help you with your exhaust. I would not recommend changing the over pipe till you goto replace your headers. Till then just do the cat-back exhaust.
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Hello Folks,

Can anyone personally recommend any shops to install a perrin overpipe and catback exhaust system anywhere in the inland empire or surrounding areas?

I really am specific when it comes to detail so if anyone who has personally vouch for a shop for their work would be most appreciated?

Thanks ahead of time folks.

It's for a 2014 subaru brz.

Cheers,


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Old 01-04-2014, 02:30 PM   #7
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Thanks for the input.. my concern is a shop that should know how to do it doesn't know how to do it and takes shortcuts or just careless... I've done my cat back on my previous car which was a mini but never the over pipe or anything around it...
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hey man i'm also looking for a good place to have my greddy evo3 installed. let me know if you find a place. I tried calling inline four in garden grove but they charge $200 for labor. hell no.
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Just do it yourself...for the price of buying a set of jack stands and a jack. Have some WD40 handy to get the rubber mounts off and your set it's really just simple hand tools...
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hey man i'm also looking for a good place to have my greddy evo3 installed. let me know if you find a place. I tried calling inline four in garden grove but they charge $200 for labor. hell no.
I would be willing to help. You can pay me in beer
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I may take you on that offer. I'll get you a 24 pack lol
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I did my header-back perrin exhaust install and i was weary too. Like these guys said though, its very easy. I will say that aligning the tips is a pain. That said, Id rather spend the time to install and align than spend the money for someone else to do it. Now i feel like i could do it everytime i get exhaust! Good luck and get down and dirty!
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